I have had an idea for some time, writing a jQuery plugin that enhances the user experience on forms unobtrusively. I started playing with my plugin jForm but development have halted, and I need inspiration. The goal with the plugin is/was to add things such as input elements as labels, out of the box form validation, tooltip for inputs, check-all-check-none functionality and more. The idea is to use classes for bootstrapping the unobtrusive form plugin. The philosophy behind the plugin is to focus more on roles using it as designers, and not as developers, trying to abstract all code away. A lot of the plugins today are very configurable and aims at solving each and every problem that could occur. I believe what designers need are more out-of-the-box functionality with no or very little confguration needed. And if they need more functionality the plugin could expose the possibility to actually do more specified things, but these things should be implemented when requirements exists, not in order to cover all potential problems.